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    Our Waste: Grassroots solutions for the Moreland community

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    Tackling 'our waste' together

    Jesuit Social Services, in partnership with Moreland City Council, is producing a second series of events that explore the topic of waste and the Moreland community grassroots solutions that are tackling it.

    Join us on Wednesday 5 May for a conversation facilitated by Susie Moloney, Executive Director of Jesuit Social Services’ new Centre for Just Places between local Moreland community leaders in climate action. Panellists include Taryn D’Costa of Neighbours United for Climate Action, Sophie Dahm of Awareaway (formerly Colourful Collective) and Gregory Lorenzutti, urban farmer and performer.Β 

    This event is part of a series hosted byΒ Moreland City CouncilΒ and Jesuit Social Services’ Ecological Justice Hub. Together, we're inviting community members to consider issues of waste, food, society and sustainability. The Ecological Justice Hub is a community permaculture garden located in central Brunswick. We engage with ecological and sustainable practices across a number of projects, courses and innovations. Follow us on Instagram @ecojusticehubmelbourne for the latest updates.

    When:Β Wednesday, 5 May 2021

    Time: 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm AET

    Location:Β Zoom link sent on the morning of the event.

    Cost:Β Free | Donations graciously accepted.


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